IPC to showcase new products and services at Midwest show.September 17, 2008 -
To be held on Sept 24, 2008 in Schaumburg, IL, IPC Midwest Conference and Exhibition will feature more than 120 exhibitors serving the electronics assembly and printed board industries displaying the latest technologies, materials, and processes. New products and services will represent categories such as equipment or materials for electronics assembly, manufacturing, and test; as well as chemicals and materials or equipment for PCB manufacturing.
IPC Midwest Show to Feature Innovative Products
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IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries
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Bannockburn, IL, 60015
Press release date: September 16, 2008
BANNOCKBURN, Ill., USA, September 16, 2008 - With just a few days until the opening of IPC Midwest Conference & Exhibition on Wednesday, September 24, 2008, at the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel & Convention Center, Schaumburg, Ill., IPC - Association Connecting Electronics IndustriesŪ has announced a number of new products and services that will debut at the event.
More than 120 exhibitors who serve the electronics assembly and printed board industries will display the latest technologies, materials and processes to keep attendees on top of industry innovations and environmental regulations. Companies and their new products or services include:
o Abatek (Americas), Inc., Booth 903 (SMT Silicone Key, Capacitive SMT Key)
oASC International, Inc., Booth 904 (LaserVision SP3D, VisionMaster M450, VisionMaster AP450)
oAsymtek, Booth 801 (Select CoatŪ SL-940E, Spectrum S-900 Series, DispenseJetŪ DJ 9500, Slider Valve SV-100)
o Calumet Electronics Corporation, Booth 1000 (PCB University, pcbCAMr Newsletter, Mission-Critical Manufacturing)
o FocalSpot, Inc., Booth 323 (FA Inspector)
o Fuji America Corporation, Booth 313 (XPF-XL Large Board All-in-One Placement System)
o IMAPS, booth 216 (iKnow Micro)
o IPC-Association Connecting Electronics Industries, Booth 229 (IPC-7095B, IPC-2223B, Introduction to Box Build DVD, IPC J-STD-075)
o JTAG Technologies, Booth 417 (JT 37x7/APC Agilent Pin-Card Controller, JT 37x7/RMI Rack- Mountable Instrument)
o Lambda Americas, Booth 630 (Genesys(TM)5kW AC-DC Programmable Supply in 2U)
o MacDermid Incorporated, Booth 307 (MacDermid's M-Coat HT)
o MYDATA automation, Booth 701 (MY100)
o PCB Matrix Corporation, Booth 324 (IPC Compass, IPC-7351 LP Software, Symbol Wizard)
o Pillarhouse, Booth 723 (Jade Mark II)
o Polar Instruments, Inc., Booth 223 (Speedstack Coupon Generator, Polar CIT S900 Controlled Impedance Test System)
o Qualitek International Inc., Booth 901 (Sn100e Choice Lead Free Alloy, DSP 787LV Water-Soluble Lead Free Solder Paste, Qualitek 355-35 No-Clean Flux, Qualitek JT Reflow Ovens, JT NSM-450 Wave Soldering System)
o SEHO North America, Inc., Booth 218 (SEHO GoSelective light)
o Senju Comtek, Booth 501 (ECO Solder Paste S70G)
o Sono-Tek Corporation, Booth 531 (EVS 1000)
The new products and services on display will represent a number of product categories, including equipment or materials for electronics assembly, manufacturing and test; chemicals and materials or equipment for PCB manufacturing; and more. The complete listing of new products to be displayed at the exhibition can be found at IPC's Online Exhibit Hall - Beyond the Show Floor at www.IPCMidwestShow.org/exhibitors.
In addition to new product descriptions, IPC's new online hall contains company information, photos and even links to audio and video. Best of all, product searches by category or keywords enable visitors to pull competitive information together easily, without having to travel to multiple sites. "There's a wealth of supplier information available that highlights new products and makes the search for equipment or supplies extremely easy," said Alicia Balonek, IPC director of trade show operations. "And a special feature, called My Midwest, enables attendees to create their own personalized plans for visiting the exhibitors they need to see and viewing all the exhibitors' pertinent information ... even their exact locations on the show floor."
For more information on the 2008 IPC Midwest Show or to register, visit www.IPCMidwestShow.org. A free exhibit hall pass registration is available to all pre-registrants ($25 on-site). The Exhibits Only Pass gives attendees access to the Free Forums, Free Wednesday Show Floor Reception, Free Breakfast with the Presidents session on Thursday morning, and Free Keynote Session, Secrets of the Future of Indy Cars: Where Electronics Will Be the Winning Edge, featuring Derek Daly.
IPC (www.IPC.org) is a global trade association based in Bannockburn, Ill., dedicated to the competitive excellence and financial success of its 2,700 member companies which represent all facets of the electronic interconnect industry, including design, printed circuit board manufacturing and electronics assembly. As a member-driven organization and leading source for industry standards, training, market research and public policy advocacy, IPC supports programs to meet the needs of an estimated $1.5 trillion global electronics industry. IPC maintains additional offices in Taos, N.M.; Arlington, Va.; Garden Grove, Calif.; Stockholm, Sweden; and Shanghai, China.
Anna Garrido, IPC Director of Marketing and Communications